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Henry C. Carey was a transitional figure in American social science, not so much because his system was based upon an avowed reform intent, but because his proselytizing zeal was unqualified by any concern over the expression of value judgments, such a concern.
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An Anniversary Collection volume. Carey, Henry Charles Born Dec. 15,in Philadelphia; died Henry Charles Carey Oct. 13, American economist, a representative of vulgar political economy. Carey was a book publisher fromretiring from the trade in to devote himself to theoretical and publicistic activity.
He defended the interests of the American bourgeoisie and vigorously. Carey, Henry C. WORKS BY CAREY. SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY. Henry Charles Carey (−), American social scientist, was born in Philadelphia. A pervasive influence in his life was his father, Mathew Carey (−), an immigrant from Ireland who made a name for himself as a Catholic spokesman, reformer, humanitarian, anti-British and protectionist publicist, supporter of.
American social scientist. Born in Philadelphia, the son of Mathew Carey, he was a prolific author, and his influence, though short-lived, spread from Pennsylvania throughout the nation and to Europe.
Born in Philadelphia, the son of Mathew Carey, he was a prolific author, and his influence, though short-lived, spread from Pennsylvania throughout the nation and to Europe. Henry Charles Carey: Nineteenth-century Sociologist.
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His major works include: Essay on the Rate of Wages (), Principles of Political Economy (), Principles of Social Science (), and The Unity of Law (). Start studying US History ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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